JOIN #MadWorld2015: Unraveling the Creative Genius

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Stir up your creative juices at this year’s Mad World 2015: Unraveling the Creative Genius!

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PJMA Mad World 2015 is open to students and fresh graduates in the fields of marketing and advertising.

Organized by the Philippine Junior Marketing Association (PJMA) and Havas Media Ortega, one of the leading integrated communications agencies in the Philippines, Mad World 2015 features four of the best speakers who have made their marks in this dynamic industry as they tackle timely and applicable learning about how creativity works in advertising.

#MadWorld 2015 speaker - Leigh Reyes

#MadWorld 2015 speaker – Leigh Reyes

#MadWorld 2015 speaker - Lawin Bulatao

#MadWorld 2015 speaker – Lawin Bulatao

#MadWorld 2015 speaker - Brandie Tan

#MadWorld 2015 speaker – Brandie Tan

#MadWorld 2015 speaker - Budjette Tan

#MadWorld 2015 speaker – Budjette Tan

Mad World 2015 is open not only to marketing and advertising students but to fresh graduates as well. The fee for this event is P300 for members and P400 for non-members, inclusive of snacks and certificate.

PJMA Mad World 2015 is co-presented by Cebuana Lhuillier, Sterling, Pentel, Power Mac Center, Nestle Ice Cream, Tony and Jackey, and John Robert Powers. In cooperation with Microtel, Hawk, Pascual Consumer Healthcare Corp. Also brought to you by Oishi, Gardenia, and Pancake House. Special thanks to Flawless and Wacoal, and media partners Creativoices/VOTY, Kabataan News Network,,, and Status Magazine.

For further information, contact Ms. Audrey B. Salvador at 0917-6311547 or through email at [email protected].

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